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Best Documentaries about Mongolia


Best Documentaries about Mongolia

Sometimes, documentaries give people more information than the movies because of its simple but true parts without exaggeration. Thus, we round up some documentaries about Mongolian life sorted by IMDb ratings. Mongolian movie. Best Documentaries about Mongolia


#1. Falconer

IMDb rating: 8.5/10

Released date: 2015

Description: Join the quest of International martial arts champion Eddie Brochin to become a master of falconry; Leading him to Mongolia where he learns to fly eagles from the descendants of Genghis Khan. documentaries about Mongolia

Directors: Edwin Brochin, Fernando Del Rio

Genres: Documentary, Adventure, Biography

#2. Story of Weeping Camel

IMDb rating: 7.4/10

Released date: 2003

Description: When a Mongolian nomadic family’s newest camel colt is rejected by its mother, a musician is needed for a ritual to change her mind. Mongolian movie

Directors: Byambasuren Davaa, Luigi Falorni

Genres: Drama, Family

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#3. Ub Lama

IMDb rating: 8.4/10

Released date: 2011

Description: A twelve year old boy, living in a yurt but in love with hip hop and computer games is caught between modernity and tradition, aspirations and poverty. In spite of, he decides to become a Buddhist monk.


Genres: Documentary, Drama, Family


#4. Taiga

IMDb rating: 7.9/10

Released date: 1992

Description: Taiga is an eight-hour documentary directed and photographed by Ulrike Ottinger. Briefly, it focuses on the life and rituals of nomadic peoples in Northern Mongolia, specifically the Darkhad nomads and the Sojon Urinjanghai.

Directors: Ulrike Ottinger

Genres: Documentary

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#5. State of Dogs

IMDb rating: 7.3/10

Released date: 1998

Description: In Ulan Bator, Mongolia, the cur Baatar is shot by a hunter hired by the authorities to get rid off the dogs in the city. However, its soul recalls its life when it was a shepherd dog of a family and was abandoned in the field and walked to the city. Then it recalls when it meets a young woman that is near to have a baby.

Directors: Peter Brosend, Turmunkh Dorjkhand

Genres: Documentary

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